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UNICEF in Action
Stories about UNICEF's work for children around the world
The K.I.N.D. Fund Helps Girls in Malawi Stay in School
UNICEF and Lawrence O'Donnell's K.I.N.D. Fund gave 15-year-old aspiring doctor Joyce Chisale the power — and platform — to change her world.
Unsung Heroes: Vaccinators Climb Mountains to Save Children's Lives
As Yemen's health system crumbles, mobile vaccination teams are going the extra mile to reach children with lifesaving health services.
As Hurricane Willa Closes In on Mexico, UNICEF Stands Ready to Help
UNICEF is there for children whenever and wherever disaster strikes. As Hurricane Willa approaches Mexico, UNICEF stands ready to help.
UNICEF Next Generation: Stepping Up to Protect the World's Children
NextGen's young leaders leverage their skills, energy, influence and financial resources to save children's lives around the world.
Migrant Children Caught in a Cycle of Hardship and Danger
A UNICEF Child Alert explores why migrants flee Central America for the U.S. and Mexico, calling for the protection of their children.
"Shelter": Human Stories in the Face of Structural Violence
What would it take to leave your home behind? Central Americans heading North in search of safety share their stories in a new documentary.
Growing Up Surrounded by Violence in Central America
Extreme levels of organized crime and gang violence are facts of life for many children growing up scared in Central America.
Inside Migrant Shelters at the U.S.-Mexico Border
In Reynosa, Mexico, shelters offer a bed, clothes, food & medical care to migrants headed for the U.S. and others returning home, dejected.
Why the Flores Settlement Matters
Family separation and detention are bad for children. Please join UNICEF in speaking out to protect refugee and migrant children.
Why Migrants Flee Central America
Pervasive violence and poverty drive Central Americans to seek safety elsewhere. UNICEF is working to improve conditions at home.
Mural Painting Brings Smiles to Rohingya Children Healing From Trauma
Driven from their homes by a brutal military crackdown, Rohingya refugee children use art to share their stories and dreams for the future.
Standing Up for #HerToo
On the anniversary of #MeToo, UNICEF remains committed to ending sexual violence against girls and women worldwide.